Nicholas J. Dogris, Ph.D., BCN, QEEG-D
Dr. Dogris has a unique blend of clinical, research and development experience in the field of neurostimulation and neuromodulation. Dr. Dogris is a licensed health psychologist and neuroscientist who practices in Santa Barbara, California.
Dr. Dogris is the neurorehabilitation director at the Florida House Experience in Deerfield Beach, Florida. He is an expert in the field of psychology with board certifications in neurofeedback and quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) analysis. He has been in the electroencephalography (EEG) field for 30 years and began his work while attending Humboldt State University working on P300 research in 1987.
Dr. Dogris earned his PhD from the California School of Professional Psychology and holds four advanced degrees. He has worked in the field for 27 years and has experience working with a wide variety of mental health populations including children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Dogris has held positions as the Program Chief of Mono County Mental Health, Orange County Mental Health, Inyo County Mental Health and College Hospital. He has been mentored by some of the founders of the field of neurofeedback and has had the pleasure of developing innovations with them.
Dr. Dogris has developed numerous neurofeedback protocols and innovations on multiple platforms and is recognized as a leading expert in his field. He developed the first, synchronized, neuromodulation and neurostimulation system that utilized normed referenced data and QEEG analysis for the treatment of multiple neurological problems. This system, known as NeuroField, combines pulsed electromagnetic fields (pEMF) and transcranial alternating/direct current stimulation (tDCS/tACS) with EEG neurofeedback so as to optimize the functioning of the human brain.
Dr. Dogris has developed over 200 protocols for the NeuroField system and continues to create new innovations for the Florida House Experience patients with a specific emphasis on reducing cravings, reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression and helping to restore normal sleeping patterns. pEMF, tDCS and tACS has been shown in the scientific research to be an effective, safe method for the treatment of depression, anxiety, traumatic brain injury, drug addiction, insomnia and ADHD. Dr. Dogris brings all of his clinical and research skills to the Florida House Experience as the director of the Neurorehabilitation Department.